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% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> welcome back to "the kudlow report." our big story tonight, russia's military intervention in ukraine. president obama coming out today with some very strong language for vladimir putin. cnbc's john harwood live for us from washington, d.c. good evening, john. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good evening, larry. the administration's been scrambling all day as it did over the weekend to try to respond to that russian intervention, both in terms of imposing costs, as the president put it, on russia but also trying to find some assistance for ukraine. john kerry, the secretary of state who right now is giving a speech to apec and discussing the israeli/palestinian peace process and issues related to iran, is flying to kiev tomorrow to meet with the government. and president obama this afternoon when he said that russia was on the wrong side of h
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. >> i can't remember three as in a row and i think -- >> you know what? you're right, steve. >> i think that's bad for the economy and it raises a question out there, this split. stocks seem cool, sanguine, chip chilled with what's going on but mot the bond market. he's not going to be happy about the economy, kevin o'leary, until the ten year is at 3%. i don't like kevin, i think he's mean on television, but he's a smart guy. there's something to that. unless the bond market, i won't feel comfort with it. >> that echoes, the comments by jim cramer this morning saying i can't figure out the bond market and wasn't afraid to say that. basically saying the ten year should be at or below, just below the 3% level. it's telling us something that stocks are not, to steve's point. >> well, tell you what, i totally disagree with jim cramer on that one but i think a bigger notion now is, if the bond market were at 3%, i think would be because of strong data. i think we've gone through kind of the taper move in may, june and july. i think right now it really is nervousness about equities in genera
, payroll numbers in a row hurting consumer spending. you don't spend when you are worried about your job or can't find a new one. feeling heart sick about the consumer's ability to spend and 2/3rds is driven by the consumer. we're a nation of shoppers, or at least we thought we were. second, the federal government failed to extend long-term unemployment benefits while at the same time cutting back on food stamps allocations, two of the most important backstops. that's a national dream on purchasing power, but not as big as the third impediment, the heating bill. most houses are heated by natural gas and many have doubled in price. that's a huge hit. some say bills have gone up $300 a month since the miserable weather began. we know america had the worst winter nationwide in 37 years. it kept stores and malls closed and derailed the normal spending patterns. when merchandise doesn't get sold, it gets marked down. >> sell, sell, sell, sell. >> which means profits get hurt and when profits get hurt, stocks go lower. fifth, the competition stiffened to the point where the quality retailer is
on the stakes here. see, we've already had not one, but two weak payroll numbers in a row, which should have wrought havoc among the industrials, but didn't, because the stocks may have ural universally decided t slowdown was related to january's weather. last month, the stock market's gotten a free pass. but if next week's number is lousy, there will be no free pass this time. even as we all know february had some pretty nasty weather too. so the big boys are making their bets, and they're saying a week number's a hit. so earnings may not be that robust going forward. maybe there'll be those profit warnings. we're almost at that profit warning season. later on, after we award the golden bulls, i'll talk about some industrials that have been strong, however, that strength will perhaps wither if the employment numbers are weaker than some are expecting. even if we get a weak number ton friday, there may be so much worry built into the market by then, that we could actually get a relief rally, as nutty as that sounds, because the worry that started today will at last be over, and that's been k
. the porridge was just perfect. she hasn't missed a beat. >> looks like we're going to do it. fourth time in a row we've flirted with that all-time high on the s&p. we're going to get it with a gain of 8 1/2 points. keep an eye out for that. we have gap and salesforce.com earnings coming up. an exclusive interview with the ceo of mylan as well on the second hour of "the closing bell" with kelly evans and company. i'll see you tomorrow, kelly. >>> thank you, bill. welcome to "the closing bell." i'm kelly evans with the s&p 500 rallying today to a new record close. here's how we're finishing the day on wall street. take a look across all major indexes. we're seeing green arrows. the dow adding 75 points as the bell tolls. the nasdaq adding about 26 at this hour. the s&p 500 pushing through at the close there, adding about nine points. 1854 is the level there. a rally of half a percent to a new closing high. what does it all mean? let's ask today's panel. joini in it is great to have you all here. elon, was it yellen? >> i don't know if it was entirely yellen, but she did say something inter
difficult issues. like i say, i don't know that i have all the wisdom on this, but i do have my capitalist hat on. anyway, josh bar row, thank you so much and kathy thanks so much. >>> another state governor is in the news right now as oklahoma's mary fallin says president obama is very close to finally making a decision on the keystone pipeline. we're going to talk to governor fallin herself about that and much more. >>> later on the republicans are about to come out with their sweeping plan for supply side tax reform. how about that. we're going to get the highlights for you in just a couple of minutes. for now, don't forget free market capitalism is the best bet to prosperity, supply side tax reform. i'm kudlow, we'll be right back. , 3 million lines of code, 40,000 sets of eyes, or a million sleepless nights. whether it's building the world's most advanced satellite, the space station, or the next leap in unmanned systems. at boeing, one thing never changes. our passion to make it real. ♪ like carpools... polly wants to know if we can pick her up. yeah, we can make room. yeah. [ male
. >> three months in a row we will have lousy numbers and then get a pass. >> they will just find another way to dismiss it and say don't pay attention to it. >> yeah. yeah. the market almost wants to go up and wants every excuse why there might be -- it still doesn't have to sell off. the trend is definitely on the upside. >> look at this. even the macro data out of europe this morning was not stellar by any stretch. mario is worried about deflation over there. certainly not what you want to see happening, yet european markets were all up better than 2% again on that relief rally from yesterday when they knocked them down. >> yeah. we will see. we have a couple more days to go. we don't know what will happen in ukraine. we don't know what will happen with the data. thank you, gentlemen, very much. >>> to the nasdaq which is a big winner today, up more than 1.5%, hitting a 14 year high. sheila is back with us following the big movers there. hey, sheila. >> well, you guys were just talking about this 2% rally. you are seeing that loud and clear in the nasdaq as well. more than 25% of the nasda
for california. we just hope too much rain doesn't come too soon. stay tuned. back to you. >> tom, thank you very much. >>> check out nat gas. prices are falling again today. third session in a row, hitting two week lows. traders are cashing out of the march contract because it is expiring. they are looking ahead also to spring which we hope will bring milder weather. despite the big drop, nat gas prices are still up more than 15% year to date. >>> meantime, the rollback on sanctions providing a big boom for iran. reuters reporting that iran's oil exports jumped in february, the fourth straight month that the islamic republic has seen a rise in its exports. they are now at about 1.3 million barrels per day. indonesia, syria, south korea, india and china are some of iran's biggest oil customers. since the interim deal was announced, brent crude has been pretty much flat, up just a little better than .1% today. simon? >>> we have two big stories on the wealth beat coming up. robert "money bags" franks is back. >> first we will take you on a tour of the richest neighborhoods in america and none are
investing in general. i would ask you for your mac roy row view in the markets. in your letter, you pointed out you don't give much credence to people offering macro views. >> no. i've been buying stocks and businesses for a lot of years. i've never bite becaused on macro figures. the first business i bought was in the spring of on '92. the macro factors were not looking good. we were -- it was right up at pearl harbor and we were getting clobbered in the south pacific and the war does not look good. i think almost every american thought we were going to win the war. but when i bought my fist stock, i spent all my $120. i was not doing it based on headlines. i did it for what i was get forth my money. >> when you bought into it, you say you haven't looked at macros. i can think of times when you have looked add macros. >> stocks are demonstratablely cheap. i remember an early in 1974 -- or i did an interview with forbes and in 2008 i wrote an article for the times. occasionally when they're ridiculously cheap. but most of the time, they're good value. but there have been a few times when i
to be better sentiment around china, doesn't there? >> absolutely. china is the key driver. >> everyone's getting nervous because the u.n. has been fixed below for the second wednesday in a row. >> i would be careful because the government does what the government wants in china. remember this is not a democratic government. they have a long-term strategic economic plan in place. we will see a moderate acceleration of growth. i don't think we'll see it 7% or below growth. i think it's more like to be 7 1/2 plus, which would be good news for miners. >> talk to us more broadly about european equities. the large cap making moves, volatility well contained. bullish signals? >> i would say so. little note of caution there, because i must admit when everyone gets bull ush i get nervous. when the retail investor is confronted with the scenario where bank interest rates are abysmal and getting more abysmal by the day, bonds look dreadful as well, where are you putting your money? in equities and property, those are the only two asset collapses that seem to offer any sort of hope for the retail
. >> what about rick's idea, which i like, which is this notion that you can't get sustainability here. you do a good quarter. there's every reason to believe, given how slow the economy is running, that you'd have a couple sustained quarters in a row. you did a nice 4.1, you can only follow it up with a 2.4. >> somebody said about that 4.1, that there was an inventory component to it. i'm not sure how that played out in this revision. we'd like faster growth, obviously, like faster growth, in the late '90s we'd have 4 had the -- 4.1 quarters one right after the other. it's been a long road to recovery in this -- since the financial crisis. >> segue to policy real quickly. we haven't had a chance to talk about one particular issue. 6.5%. that's the threshold for thinking about raising rates. >> yes. >> you're at 6.6. >> yes. >> what do you do with that language at the next meeting? >> that's a great question. we knew when we set up these thresholds that at some point we would pass through one of the thresholds and probably the unemployment one. and that's exactly what's happening. now we'll
about it. >> how many days in a row can you lead with another icahn letter? fourth day in a row. >> talking about thousands of points of light of journalism. >> now carl's using hashtags in his tweets. >> he's ahead of me. >> i haven't gotten a hash glag selfie today. >> cate blanchett uses the word hashtag in her speech and carl using it. >> patrick stewart right over there and told you that this is everything. twitter? >> down 1%. i thought ellen did a good job. another network. >> yes. >> iger network. shots of iger in the audience. >> i still watch it. >> the whole thing, of course. >> i still watch it. >> we're paying the price today but i did watch the whole thing. the dow's down 124, bob is on the floor. >> good morning. what does the ukraine mean for the global markets? risk off right now. what it certainly means, at least now, even if it's resolved shortly, another headwind for global growth. is that a tough winter in the u.s., that's a headwind. ukraine's a bit of a headwind on how serious it is and how long it takes to resolve. that will determine how much of a headwi
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